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Outgoing French President Nicolas Sarkozy waves from his car as he leaves after addressing supporters at his Union for a Popular Movement (UMP) party headquarters after the the preliminary results of the second round of the presidential elections were announced in Paris Sunday May 6, 2012. Socialist Francois Hollande defeated Sarkozy on Sunday to become France's next president, Sarkozy conceded defeat minutes after the polls closed.
Outgoing French President Nicolas Sarkozy waves from his car as he leaves after addressing supporters at his Union for a Popular Movement (UMP) party headquarters after the the preliminary results of the second round of the presidential elections were announced in Paris Sunday May 6, 2012. Socialist Francois Hollande defeated Sarkozy on Sunday to become France's next president, Sarkozy conceded defeat minutes after the polls closed.
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A fresh start? France says, “Au revoir” to outgoing President Nicolas Sarkozy, as the French voted in their first Socialist for president since François Mitterrand. What does this all mean for the EU’s vision for economic austerity? We’ll weigh the possibilities in our Top Talkers. 

Economic boom? Washington Post columnist David Ignatius points to two promising studies about upcoming revivals of key U.S. industries in his latest column. We’ll ask him to give us the details at the roundtable. 

Back to School? Education Secretary Arne Duncan is on to talk about the administration’s plans for Teacher Appreciation Week. What does it take to show your teacher that you care? 

Also in the MJ mix: Mark McKinnon, Mike Allen, Ed Luce, David Ignatius, Sen. Ron Wyden, Chuck Todd, Dr. Zbigniew Brzezinski, Fred Kempe, Andrea Mitchell, Leigh Gallagher, and Brian Sullivan. 

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